Do you journal?
Not in opinion/blogging sense, but the ‘Dear diary, this is how my day went down’ sense?
It’s the closest thing we will probably see to a time machine in our lifetimes, if ever (and today we even got good news on the real possibility of flying cars).
Pick up a journal from a few years back and see exactly who you used to be from an interesting perspective, who you are right now.
Pick up an old diary from a relative and learn just what life was like way back when. You know, from the stories they were trying to tell you while they were still around but you were too young or full of yourself to pay attention? It’s all in the pages, and possibly with less embellishment. Or maybe even more.
5) Not Considering The Consequences Of Success: Activities that may bring you happiness may not bring you a steady paycheck, and feelings of joy can be quickly replaced with feelings of inadequacy, and a severe inability to pay for even the bare necessities of life. Activities that may bring you success in any manner you define it may be bundled with more frustration and stress than you initially imagined, along with a new commitment to maintain your new level of success. The definition of consequence is the effect, result, or outcome of something occurring earlier. A consequence is not inherently good or evil. A consequence just is. Oddly enough, it just might be something you would not be willing to live with if you knew it was coming.